The Official February 2011 LSAT Thread

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The Official February 2011 LSAT Thread

Postby jeremydc » Sun May 30, 2010 9:46 pm

This thread is for those of us who have a bit of a breathing room with regards to the LSAT. I am still reading the bibles and other study material.

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Re: The Official February 2011 LSAT Thread

Postby confusedlawyer » Sun May 30, 2010 9:54 pm

Wayyyyyy to early my friend lol, I suggest you get a hobby.

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Re: The Official February 2011 LSAT Thread

Postby jpSartre » Sun May 30, 2010 9:58 pm

confusedlawyer wrote:Wayyyyyy to early my friend lol, I suggest you get a hobby.


You've accumulated 90 posts in 3 days. I can only assume many of them are as useless as this one.

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Re: The Official February 2011 LSAT Thread

Postby sluguy14 » Sun May 30, 2010 10:05 pm

jpSartre wrote:
confusedlawyer wrote:Wayyyyyy to early my friend lol, I suggest you get a hobby.


You've accumulated 90 posts in 3 days. I can only assume many of them are as useless as this one.


Not to sound like a total nerd, but:

PWNED!

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Re: The Official February 2011 LSAT Thread

Postby confusedlawyer » Sun May 30, 2010 10:08 pm

jpSartre wrote:
confusedlawyer wrote:Wayyyyyy to early my friend lol, I suggest you get a hobby.


You've accumulated 90 posts in 3 days. I can only assume many of them are as useless as this one.


And yet you've been on this site for 6 months? Sorry for getting information about the LSAT you tool. Your [HI I'M THE WORD FILTER. THIS PERSON MIGHT BE A DICK.] ass will probably still be here for another 6 months throwing internet insults cyber-fag

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Re: The Official February 2011 LSAT Thread

Postby confusedlawyer » Sun May 30, 2010 10:09 pm

sluguy14 wrote:
jpSartre wrote:
confusedlawyer wrote:Wayyyyyy to early my friend lol, I suggest you get a hobby.


You've accumulated 90 posts in 3 days. I can only assume many of them are as useless as this one.


Not to sound like a total nerd, but:

PWNED!


With retards like you, all I can do is laugh

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Re: The Official February 2011 LSAT Thread

Postby confusedlawyer » Sun May 30, 2010 10:10 pm

and unlike you jackass I'm actually on here spending my valuable time actually helping people, you clearly aren't smart enough to see a joke, but there is no joke here. You are a [HI I'M THE WORD FILTER. THIS PERSON MIGHT BE A DICK.].

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Re: The Official February 2011 LSAT Thread

Postby 20121109 » Sun May 30, 2010 10:14 pm

Confusedlawyer, you might wanna edit your posts before you get banned for using inflammatory language.

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Re: The Official February 2011 LSAT Thread

Postby jeremydc » Sun May 30, 2010 10:16 pm

Its never to early to study.

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Re: The Official February 2011 LSAT Thread

Postby confusedlawyer » Sun May 30, 2010 10:20 pm

GAIAtheCHEERLEADER wrote:Confusedlawyer, you might wanna edit your posts before you get banned for using inflammatory language.

Don't really care, as soon as the LSAT is over I won't be using this site ever

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Re: The Official February 2011 LSAT Thread

Postby fenway » Sun May 30, 2010 10:58 pm

jeremydc wrote:Its never to early to study.



right there with you. i had to register early so I could get my accommodation request reviewed (they won't review one unless you are registered for a sitting) basing off the assumption I'll end up having to appeal at least 1x.

what materials have you started studying with Jeremydc? I've been messing around between PS LR and PS LG but nothing serious. i figure it makes sense to get familiar with the test first before i start taking PT's. Do you have a person strategy that you plan to employ?

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Re: The Official February 2011 LSAT Thread

Postby jeremydc » Sun May 30, 2010 11:09 pm

I am also using the Powerscore bible trilogy.

Before I started getting serious I lurked around reading peoples personal study strategies.

I figure the best strategy would be to read each book completely then take 2-3 Pts of that section only untimed and then maybe 1-2 timed. If I feel comfortable with the tests and understand the questions/answers( I have the Kaplan LSAT explanations pdf for most PTS) then I will then move on to the next book and do the same. When I finish all 3 books then start practicing full PTs.

I am still a newb when it comes to this site but this is the strategy that I will try to employ in my quest for a 170-175 LSAT.


This may not be the best approach but it might be for me personally
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Re: The Official February 2011 LSAT Thread

Postby jeremydc » Sun May 30, 2010 11:12 pm

edit

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Re: The Official February 2011 LSAT Thread

Postby fenway » Sun May 30, 2010 11:25 pm

that sounds similar to what I am looking to do. I've gone through the bibles 1x so far and I figure I'll probably go through 1-2X more for each over the next month or so. at that point I'll probably take another diagnostic to see where I'm at. I know most people think it's weird to start this early but I don't see the potential negatives outweighing whats added in the positive column by approaching the test this way. for people who can study for 1 month and ball out, my hat is certainly off to you. but this space of time likely makes for a more effective/livable study regimen for everyone else who can't rage out for 3-4 weeks and knock off a 170+. besides, the lsat questions are kind of fun (when forgetting the implications of your score part)

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Re: The Official February 2011 LSAT Thread

Postby vanwinkle » Sun May 30, 2010 11:26 pm

confusedlawyer has won the luxury of a one-month vacation, during which he may consider the wiseness of declaring he doesn't care whether he gets banned or not.

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Re: The Official February 2011 LSAT Thread

Postby jeremydc » Mon May 31, 2010 12:21 am

lol, o well for him. Now back to studying haha

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Re: The Official February 2011 LSAT Thread

Postby jpSartre » Mon May 31, 2010 12:34 am

Wowzas

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Re: The Official February 2011 LSAT Thread

Postby UFmark » Mon May 31, 2010 1:30 am

a bit early for this thread lol...

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Re: The Official February 2011 LSAT Thread

Postby missinglink » Mon May 31, 2010 2:13 am

... and not sure why someone would start a thread to study for an test administration that no one should really take if they have any choice in the matter.

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Re: The Official February 2011 LSAT Thread

Postby romothesavior » Mon May 31, 2010 2:19 am

vanwinkle wrote:confusedlawyer has won the luxury of a one-month vacation, during which he may consider the wiseness of declaring he doesn't care whether he gets banned or not.


And you will be missed dearly.

OP: Why are you taking the Feb. test? I would strongly, strongly recommend taking it earlier if you can. First of all, the Feb. test is undisclosed, so you will never figure out what you missed and why.

Second, and most importantly, you will be severely limited in when you can apply. If you wait til February, your apps won't be out the door until March or so. Take the test in September, and if your score is good you can apply early. Applying early is VERY important, especially if you are on the edge at a particular school. If you don't do so well in September, you can always re-take in December and still have your apps in relatively early.

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Re: The Official February 2011 LSAT Thread

Postby HazelEyes » Mon May 31, 2010 2:22 am

missinglink wrote:... and not sure why someone would start a thread to study for an test administration that no one should really take if they have any choice in the matter.


I couldn't agree more.

February LSAT is known for its general crappiness. Trust me, I was there. Don't use February as your real plan.

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Re: The Official February 2011 LSAT Thread

Postby jeremydc » Mon May 31, 2010 3:07 am

Undisclosed? Dang really.

The reason I was thinking feb was based on the fact that I should be graduating next fall. I figure Feb would allow me to have ample time to study and also apply EA to schools. I will be applying for FALL 2012 not Fall 2011

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Re: The Official February 2011 LSAT Thread

Postby HazelEyes » Mon May 31, 2010 9:31 pm

jeremydc wrote:Undisclosed? Dang really.

The reason I was thinking feb was based on the fact that I should be graduating next fall. I figure Feb would allow me to have ample time to study and also apply EA to schools. I will be applying for FALL 2012 not Fall 2011


You're kind of scaring me. 2012 and you're worried now. 2 years before my LSAT I was convinced I was going to do something completely different with my life.

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Re: The Official February 2011 LSAT Thread

Postby evolute » Thu Sep 16, 2010 8:37 pm

I'm taking the LSAT in February 2011 !!!!!! What books are you using? I have the book from LSAC, a PR one, and I have enrolled for the Testmasters course.

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Re: The Official February 2011 LSAT Thread

Postby Ginj » Tue Oct 19, 2010 9:59 am

Ooooo lookie what I found.

Time to reenergize this crap thread. I'm testing in February 2011 to apply for the Fall 2011 cycle. Anybody else with me? Huh? Anybody??




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